Are you stressed or fed up with your job, been made redundant or want to spend more time with your family or pets?
You may be considering franchising as a way of being your own boss.
Our franchisees decided to buy a franchise because they wanted a better work life balance, to move away from a job they didn’t enjoy, be their own boss and to work with animals.
Here is a selection of our franchisees and their stories…
Why we never walk more than four dogs at a time and why pack walking should never happen.
Thinking about a career change? Learn more about being a business owner with We Love Pets.
We’re always looking for animal lovers to join our teams. Find out what jobs are available.
Our promises to you as part of our commitment to care for your pet with love and respect.
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Learn more about our family business and why you can trust our years of experience in pet care.
Safe and fun exercise for your dog any time of day.
Home from home boarding while you're on holiday.
A place to play all day while you’re out or at work.
Company and essential care at home for your dog during the day.
Reassurance and play for your puppy while you're at work.
Stress-free care for your cat at home while you're on holiday.
Care, love and attention for pets big and small in their own home.
Exceptional reptile care from those who love and understand exotics.
Specialist and comprehensive care for your horse.
The greatest of care for even the littlest of pets at home or away.
View all of our pet care services and choose which is best for you.
Read all about the world of pets including health, safety, behaviour, training and seasonal tips.
Keep up with what’s happening in the pet care industry and hear the latest from our franchisees.
Top animal care tips for our teams, job profiles, case studies and more!
Written by WLP Team
To find out more about the pet care services we offer
Changing environments can often cause a dog to feel a little stressed & overwhelmed and it is important to allow the dog to settle in at its own pace.
Sit & discuss as a family what the new dog is going to be allowed & not allowed to do – such as getting on the sofa, being allowed in bedrooms, etc.
Too many behaviour & training problems stem from inconsistency in the home and can be easily avoided with all members of the household treating the dog in the same way.
For more information on the work of Battersea Dogs and Cats Home, visit their website.